Learn More About openSUSE, ALP at FOSDEM
17. Jan 2023 | Douglas DeMaio | CC-BY-SA-3.0
The openSUSE Project is planning activities for this year’s FOSDEM, which will take place Feb. 4 and 5 in Brussels.
The project will be in with operating systems space in Hall H and at its exhibit will have contributors available to discuss all openSUSE related projects to include ALP, MicroOS, Tumbleweed, Leap, Open Build Service, openQA and more.
SUSE released its second prototype late last month of its Adaptable Linux Platform (ALP). There will be experts from the on hand to discuss ALP.
Two ALP prototypes have been released so far; Les Droites was the first one released in October and Punta Baretti is the current available prototype for testing. More prototypes are expected for spring and summer.
Make sure not to miss talks from the community. Dan Čermák will talk about Modularity and ALP; Richard Brown will give a keynote for the distribution track. And Sarah Julia Kriesch will give a talk about collaboration and The Open Mainframe Project.
The booth will have swag, a quiz and beer. Enlighting yourself. Come see us and Have a lot of fun!
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